Who We Are

To make Christ known throughout the world through the multiplication of churches and affiliates

To train, equip and develop Christ-like disciples through prayer, the Word of God, deliverance, prophetic and spiritual warfare for the end-time harvest

We believe that the Bible is God’s Word. It is accurate, authoritative and applicable to our everyday lives.

We believe in one eternal God who is the Creator of all things. He exists in three Persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. He is totally loving and completely holy.

We believe that sin has separated each of us from God and His purpose for our lives.

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ as both God and man is the only One who can reconcile us to God. He lived a sinless and exemplary life, died on the cross in our place, and rose again to prove His victory and empower us for life.

We believe that in order to receive forgiveness and the ‘new birth’ we must repent of our sins, believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and submit to His will for our lives.

We believe that in order to live the holy and fruitful lives that God intends for us, we need to be baptised in water and be filled with the power of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit enables us to use spiritual gifts, including speaking in tongues.

We believe in the power and significance of the Church and the necessity of believers to meet regularly together for fellowship, prayer and the ‘breaking of bread’.

We believe that God has individually equipped us so that we can successfully achieve His purpose for our lives which is to worship God, fulfil our role in the Church and serve the community in which we live.

We believe that God wants to heal and transform us so that we can live healthy and blessed lives in order to help others more effectively.

We believe that our eternal destination of either Heaven or hell is determined by our response to the Lord Jesus Christ.

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is coming back again as He promised.

Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), head-quartered in Accra, Ghana. He is the founder and father of the Charismatic Movement which started 40 years ago in Ghana and other parts of West Africa. CAFM, one church in many locations, has over 300 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, and Africa.

Known in many parts of the world as the Apostle of Strategic Prayer, Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI). The Prayer Summits bring revivals to international cities through the power of corporate, intercessory and prophetic prayer.

Recently named by New African Magazine as one of “The 100 Most Influential Africans,” Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder of Dominion University, based in Ghana, which aims to train a new generation in excellence and ethical leadership for ministry, government, and business. He is also the Founder of an NGO Compassion in Action Africa that is transforming schools under trees into 21st-century primary educational facilities while also providing clean water and other forms of support. Compassion in Action also supports an orphanage with 150 children and a drug rehabilitation facility with 120 people recovering from drug addiction.

Action and affiliate churches, with a global Membership of over, 100,000, train and equip believers for end time commissions and assignments in the Kingdom of God.

The story of Duncan-Williams’ birth, conversion, and rise to the level of General in the body of Christ has been an inspiration to many. In 1957, he was born to Florence Bruce despite the fact that doctors had earlier told her that her pregnancy was a risk to her health and, therefore, conducted a medical procedure to terminate the pregnancy. Months later, Mother Florence discovered that Baby Nicholas survived the medical procedure. It was then discovered that she was actually carrying twins—with baby Nicholas being the only survivor.

It was clear to some early on that this baby was destined for greatness. His father, E.K. Duncan-Williams, an Ambassador, politician and chief, became actively involved in Nicholas’s life at the age of 15. With 43 sisters and brothers, Nicholas primarily raised himself learning the art of survival through difficult circumstances at a very young age. While growing up, on multiple occasions, he nearly lost his life. In 1976, on the bed of affliction—after tragically losing three of his fingers, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, gave his life to Christ and made a vow that he would spread the gospel throughout the nations and serve God for the rest of his life.

He is known as a coach, mentor and a father of many Bishops, Pastors, and Lay Leaders — training thousands and building nations and communities for the end time harvest.

Anointed in the ministry of prayer, healing, deliverance and the prophetic, he also serves as an Intercessor and Minister for numerous African Heads of State and government, civic and business leaders.

God has used him to birth ministries across the world and he is a spiritual father to many ministry leaders.

The Archbishop believes that the different revivals that have come across the nations over the years were as a result of prayer. “There is no substitute for prayer; prayer is the lifeline of the believer and the church of Jesus Christ…and there is no distance in prayer.” He also believes that intercession will be the last move that will precede the coming of our Lord.

The Archbishop has a distinct Apostolic calling to Africa. The author of many books, he has been featured on global Christian television and radio networks, such as TBN, the Word Channel, DayStar and Inspiration Network.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams, the recipient of many global honors can be seen weekly on his television program “The Voice of Inspiration” which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa. He was trained by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa and completed biblical studies at the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Benin City, Nigeria. He was recently the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Theology from the University of America in California. The Archbishop, married to Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, has four children, all in the Ministry, and three grand-children.

Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), head-quartered in Accra, Ghana. He is the founder and father of the Charismatic Movement which started 40 years ago in Ghana and other parts of West Africa. CAFM, one church in many locations, has over 300 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, and Africa.

Known in many parts of the world as the Apostle of Strategic Prayer, Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI). The Prayer Summits bring revivals to international cities through the power of corporate, intercessory and prophetic prayer.

Recently named by New African Magazine as one of “The 100 Most Influential Africans,” Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder of Dominion University, based in Ghana, which aims to train a new generation in excellence and ethical leadership for ministry, government, and business. He is also the Founder of an NGO Compassion in Action Africa that is transforming schools under trees into 21st-century primary educational facilities while also providing clean water and other forms of support. Compassion in Action also supports an orphanage with 150 children and a drug rehabilitation facility with 120 people recovering from drug addiction.

Action and affiliate churches, with a global Membership of over, 100,000, train and equip believers for end time commissions and assignments in the Kingdom of God.

The story of Duncan-Williams’ birth, conversion, and rise to the level of General in the body of Christ has been an inspiration to many. In 1957, he was born to Florence Bruce despite the fact that doctors had earlier told her that her pregnancy was a risk to her health and, therefore, conducted a medical procedure to terminate the pregnancy. Months later, Mother Florence discovered that Baby Nicholas survived the medical procedure. It was then discovered that she was actually carrying twins—with baby Nicholas being the only survivor.

It was clear to some early on that this baby was destined for greatness. His father, E.K. Duncan-Williams, an Ambassador, politician and chief, became actively involved in Nicholas’s life at the age of 15. With 43 sisters and brothers, Nicholas primarily raised himself learning the art of survival through difficult circumstances at a very young age. While growing up, on multiple occasions, he nearly lost his life. In 1976, on the bed of affliction—after tragically losing three of his fingers, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, gave his life to Christ and made a vow that he would spread the gospel throughout the nations and serve God for the rest of his life.

He is known as a coach, mentor and a father of many Bishops, Pastors, and Lay Leaders — training thousands and building nations and communities for the end time harvest.

Anointed in the ministry of prayer, healing, deliverance and the prophetic, he also serves as an Intercessor and Minister for numerous African Heads of State and government, civic and business leaders.

God has used him to birth ministries across the world and he is a spiritual father to many ministry leaders.

The Archbishop believes that the different revivals that have come across the nations over the years were as a result of prayer. “There is no substitute for prayer; prayer is the lifeline of the believer and the church of Jesus Christ…and there is no distance in prayer.” He also believes that intercession will be the last move that will precede the coming of our Lord.

The Archbishop has a distinct Apostolic calling to Africa. The author of many books, he has been featured on global Christian television and radio networks, such as TBN, the Word Channel, DayStar and Inspiration Network.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams, the recipient of many global honors can be seen weekly on his television program “The Voice of Inspiration” which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa. He was trained by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa and completed biblical studies at the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Benin City, Nigeria. He was recently the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Theology from the University of America in California. The Archbishop, married to Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, has four children, all in the Ministry, and three grand-children.

Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), head-quartered in Accra, Ghana. He is the founder and father of the Charismatic Movement which started 40 years ago in Ghana and other parts of West Africa. CAFM, one church in many locations, has over 300 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, and Africa.

Known in many parts of the world as the Apostle of Strategic Prayer, Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI). The Prayer Summits bring revivals to international cities through the power of corporate, intercessory and prophetic prayer.

Recently named by New African Magazine as one of “The 100 Most Influential Africans,” Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder of Dominion University, based in Ghana, which aims to train a new generation in excellence and ethical leadership for ministry, government, and business. He is also the Founder of an NGO Compassion in Action Africa that is transforming schools under trees into 21st-century primary educational facilities while also providing clean water and other forms of support. Compassion in Action also supports an orphanage with 150 children and a drug rehabilitation facility with 120 people recovering from drug addiction.

Action and affiliate churches, with a global Membership of over, 100,000, train and equip believers for end time commissions and assignments in the Kingdom of God.

The story of Duncan-Williams’ birth, conversion, and rise to the level of General in the body of Christ has been an inspiration to many. In 1957, he was born to Florence Bruce despite the fact that doctors had earlier told her that her pregnancy was a risk to her health and, therefore, conducted a medical procedure to terminate the pregnancy. Months later, Mother Florence discovered that Baby Nicholas survived the medical procedure. It was then discovered that she was actually carrying twins—with baby Nicholas being the only survivor.

It was clear to some early on that this baby was destined for greatness. His father, E.K. Duncan-Williams, an Ambassador, politician and chief, became actively involved in Nicholas’s life at the age of 15. With 43 sisters and brothers, Nicholas primarily raised himself learning the art of survival through difficult circumstances at a very young age. While growing up, on multiple occasions, he nearly lost his life. In 1976, on the bed of affliction—after tragically losing three of his fingers, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, gave his life to Christ and made a vow that he would spread the gospel throughout the nations and serve God for the rest of his life.

He is known as a coach, mentor and a father of many Bishops, Pastors, and Lay Leaders — training thousands and building nations and communities for the end time harvest.

Anointed in the ministry of prayer, healing, deliverance and the prophetic, he also serves as an Intercessor and Minister for numerous African Heads of State and government, civic and business leaders.

God has used him to birth ministries across the world and he is a spiritual father to many ministry leaders.

The Archbishop believes that the different revivals that have come across the nations over the years were as a result of prayer. “There is no substitute for prayer; prayer is the lifeline of the believer and the church of Jesus Christ…and there is no distance in prayer.” He also believes that intercession will be the last move that will precede the coming of our Lord.

The Archbishop has a distinct Apostolic calling to Africa. The author of many books, he has been featured on global Christian television and radio networks, such as TBN, the Word Channel, DayStar and Inspiration Network.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams, the recipient of many global honors can be seen weekly on his television program “The Voice of Inspiration” which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa. He was trained by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa and completed biblical studies at the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Benin City, Nigeria. He was recently the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Theology from the University of America in California. The Archbishop, married to Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, has four children, all in the Ministry, and three grand-children.

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